It’s National Crayon day. In normal times I’d say, get that box of imagination out and lets start being creative! But these aren’t normal times. Many of us are in our homes trying to practice social distancing, and those that are left in the center have small classes, limited resources and the uncertainty of when… Continue reading National Crayon Day
The COVID-19 virus is building force here on the West Coast. It’s pretty scary times. As I watch everything around me closing, I wonder why child care (a virtual petri dish of germs) remains open. I do understand our front line workers need child care – those medical and emergency response people that are putting… Continue reading COVID-19 – What should we do?
Autumn is a beautiful time of year. Depending on where you live, the leaves of the deciduous trees turn into bright displays of color and then fall to the ground. But how and why does this happen? As teachers of young children, this color show is a great opportunity to teach them the science of… Continue reading The Science of Fall Leaves
Tomorrow is World Honey Bee Awareness day. Not only does a honey bee give us honey, did you know they help pollinate nearly 80% of all flowering plants? That’s a lot of pollinating – and it helps farmers produce a huge amount of the foods we eat (about one out of every three mouths full… Continue reading World Honey Bee Awareness Day
It’s the last day of the Week of the Young Child #woyc19 – working with NAEYC to promote the well-being and positive development of all children!
Today is Artsy Thursday in the Week of the Young Child #woyc19 – working with NAEYC to promote the well-being and positive development of all children!
Half way through the Week of the Young Child #woyc19, – working with NAEYC to promote the well-being and positive development of all children! Today is Work Together Wednesday!